Night Eating

Stop Nighttime Eating Binges

Nighttime eating can be detrimental to digestion, weight loss and energy levels. In order to stop nighttime eating binges, it’s important to pay close attention to your daily eating habits and make appropriate behavioral and lifestyle changes that can assist your progress. Eat breakfast Eating breakfast can help to kick-start your metabolism and keep you …

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Stop Emotional Night Eating

By the end of the day, you’re tired, you’re tense, and you’re stressing about things that happened earlier, things you need to do tomorrow, or this weekend, or next week… These thoughts and feelings can be overwhelming, and many of us turn to food to silence our minds and comfort our hearts. But emotional night …

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How To Stop Binge Eating At Night

Hunger cravings are controlled by a variety of factors: hormones, habits, sights, smells and stress levels, to name a few. In order to stop craving food at night, it’s important to develop consistent and healthy eating habits during the day, while also paying attention to how you use food for reward, pleasure, punishment or comfort. …

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Five Tips For Avoiding Midnight Snacks

Midnight cravings are just one of many things that can ruin a diet. Often, snackers crave sugary or fatty foods in the middle of the night, which can really rack up calories. Here are five ways to avoid late night snacking. 1. Eat Plenty of Fiber Foods with high-fiber content don’t contain many calories, buy …

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